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Common Ground On Terrorism: Soviet-American Cooperation Against The Politics Of Terror

Common Ground On Terrorism: Soviet-American Cooperation Against The Politics Of Terror

Edited by John Marks and Igor Beliaev

Norton, 1991, 183 pp.

Much has been written about international terrorism, but this pioneer work suggests ways in which the United States and the Soviet Union can cooperate. The nongovernmental task force that guided this study included former senior officials from both sides, which doubtless contributed to the useful specificity of the analysis and proposals.